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HMP workshop by Sten Rudstrom: Ta(l)king Your Head Off!!

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Ta(l)king Your Head Off!!

Dismantling the Left-Brain Conspiracy and Entering the Explosive, Colorful, Absurdity of Experiential Speech

In this workshop, you will explore an embodied way of speaking, using language that originates from and resonates in the body. You will experience your speech from a kinesthetic position. You learn how to sense your language as you speak it and allow that sensing to influence the manufacture of each new word from a dual-hemisphere perspective. Our goal is that language be a transformational experience rather than a self-limiting, rational, judgmental arena.

Ta(l)king Your Head Off is intended for dancers who want to feel their text in the flesh, actors who want to feel the flesh of their text, those who find joy in the use of language, as well as, those who hope to find that joy.

Workshop:
Fri. 12.12. 18-21:00
Sun. 14.12. 10:30-14:30
Esitystaiteen keskus
Suvilahti, Puhdistamo,
Kaasutehtaankatu 1/33,
00540 Helsinki
60€

Info & Registration:
Giorgio Convertito giorgioconvertito@gmail.com
Tel. +358 505 619 484
Please register before December 10th
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Sten Rudstrom has been working in the field of improvisation for the last 25 years. He teaches and performs internationally, founded the improvisation group EAT (Sabine von der Tann, Andres Noormets, Kate Hilder, and Peter Krempelsetzer) and is, also, a member of Streugut (Ingo Reluecke, Zufit Simon, Martin Clausen, and Alexander Frangenheim). In 1986, he met Ruth Zaporah, is one of the few Certified Senior Teachers and has continued to work with Action Theater™ since that time. With Satu Palokangas, he has developed The Core of Expression, a somatics and improvisation embodiment training that is currently being booking internationally. His workshops are inspiring, exciting and challenging. He has a 3 year old son and is re-learning how to improvise and let go of outcomes.

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